This Hub includes two USB 3.0 ports, a USB-C port and audio I/O ports.
There are additional USB ports and power ports on the back of the desk to power all your peripherals.
- Extra Big
Steel Cable Trays
- Infinity Mousepad
Built-in Wireless Phone Charger
- Power Strip with USB Ports
- USB-C Ports
- Audio I/O Ports
- USB 3.0 Ports
- 72 inches width
- 34 inches depth
- 30 inches height
Exactly what I was hoping for. Didn’t see a lot of reviews out there but it did not disappoint. It’s plenty large enough for my needs. I have my pc, dual monitors on vesa mounts, and all the bells and whistles for streaming and gaming with plenty of room to spare. Seems sturdy enough , I don’t have any concerns of it not holding up. Was easy to assemble, took me maybe 25 minutes. It is pricey, but imo well worth it. I’d definitely recommend it! 👍
Only negative I can think is I should have got a standing desk, but that's a personal thing. For non-standing desk, it's amazing and worth the money. All the features you can see it provides, it does well. Only thing is I don't use the wireless charger enough but that's because my speakers are huge and cover it. Lots of space, sturdy, sleek and looks great. Cables hid well. My desk looks super minimal and nice thanks to the holes for wires. It would be cool if the power outlets in the desk had a surge protector, but idk they might, just a suggestion. Overall, worth the money and love that its a purchase I don't have to worry about or regret. My week of research paid off.
I spent a long time looking for a desk. A ton of DIY options like buying butcherblock and laying it on top of a frame. All of the other options were more expensive and far less fancy as far as tech goes. I wanted a huge desk that I could use for music production as well as gaming. I've finally got my full sized musical keyboard in front of me like I always wanted, and there's plenty of room to spare. Not to mention all the fancy tech this desk comes with, it's truly a dream. Killer price for a great desk.
I also saw a few comments about questionable build, but I put this thing together by myself with a bad back (not the best idea, I was just damn excited) and had no issues whatsoever.
I'm only a week in with using it, but there are no shortcomings whatsoever. Thanks for making such a great product!
Also, their support is phenomenal.
I absolutely love the Infinity Desk! After putting it together I have had 0 issues with it, it is sturdy, holds all 3 of my monitors, holds my blue yeti boom arm + mic, and gives plenty of space for my keyboard, mouse and a lot of other things I might feel like putting on it! The holes in the back are nice for cables to run through, making it so you aren't stuck feeding 10 cables through one holes, then on the bottom of the desk there is some cable holders to keep them all running nicely with one another. The usb hub on top is nice to plug in my headset dongle since I use a wireless headset and microphone cord for my blue yeti. The desk itself hasn't had any wobbling issues or any problems whatsoever, it's a premium desk that you pay for the quality and Turismo Racing delivers 100%!
But for all the pros there is only a couples cons such as the assembly. I ran into a problem right away with screwing the shorter screws into the brackets, one of the brackets the shorter screws went in fine, the other bracket they wouldn't move after a couple turns, luckily with the screw key that came with them, I was able to brute force them into the holes, and yes they were the correct screws for the brackets/screw holes. I wish I was kidding from how badly I had to brute force them, my fingers were sore for about 2-3 days after, probably would've been more if I didn't find a screwdriver around the house that matched the screws about halfway through the assembly. So just to be clear, the screws matched the screw holes, but I don't know if the screw holes were done correctly or what, but I had to use the screw key to brute force turn the screws into the holes, not every single hole, but all in all, probably about 8-12 of the holes were like this. The second thing I have to knock them for is not the desk itself, but the video assembly guide they provide on Youtube, for someone who before this has never put together a desk before, this was absolutely one of the worst assembly guides/videos out there. They weren't even assembling the Infinity Desk itself but rather a similar put together desk from Turismo. The people assembling it had the video zoomed out the entire time so you have to guess what parts go where, they also skipped parts of the assembling so you have to guess where stuff goes if you get lost/confused, they don't explain anything other than some text appearing on the screen saying screw (x) part into (x) part rather than zooming in and showing you where to screw everything in. Please Turismo Racing, for the love of god hire someone on Youtube or put together a video yourself of an in depth assembly video of the Infinity Desk so that people who aren't experienced with putting desks together or knowledgeable about that kind of stuff will have a much easier time.
All in all the desk is absolutely fantastic, worth the month and a half I had to wait for it (I ordered it at the very end of October and it arrived around December 15, I was well aware of the time I had to wait to get it so don't be fooled by that) and the money was worth it for such a quality desk, I would absolutely recommend getting this desk, you won't find anything better for the price.
The Infinity desk is extremely sturdy and was very easy to put together. The mouse pad top and cable management along with the wireless phone charger separate this desks from all the others. I only wish the wireless phone charger had the blue flames coming from it like the photos on the website.
The desk was an easy assembly, Great design, and for a decent price!
My infinity max desk is a must have and I am enjoying it as well as the two recliners and the LED LIGHT from Turismo. The room has become an exciting studio encouraging creativity. With a 10 hour day under VR headset i can truly say it brings even more enjoyment to these long hours. If I did gaming I would get a gaming chair but my VR work is not active and the recliners with that incredibile desk are nothing less than exciting. Add the LED lights and OMG. I never want to leave. I put one recliner and the table together by myself. Not bad for a 71 year old woman....buy Turismo and I doubt you will be sorry. I wasn't.
Seems like it was pretty easier to put together and its the perfect size for 3 monitors. Very pleased.
Exactly what I was looking for!
Every new gaming desk comes with our industry's best warranty and loyalty program - Turismo Care. We provide each original retail purchaser a 1-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship of all parts.
This warranty does not cover:
- Improper assembly.
- Improper follow-up maintenance.
- Installation of components, parts, or accessories not compatible with the desks sold.
- Damage or failure due to accident, misuse, abuse, or neglect.
- Labor charges for part replacement or changeover.
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